BOULDER, Colo., July 1 (UPI) -- Colorado police said they responded to a report of a man in a leprechaun outfit jumping between cars in a parking lot.
Boulder police Sgt. Fred Gerhardt said officers responded to the King Soopers parking lot at about 1 p.m. Wednesday on a report of the leprechaun-suited man darting between cars, pretending to shoot people with his fingers and possibly making obscene gestures, the Boulder Daily Camera reported Thursday.
"I think that's why they called us," Gerhardt said. "He was acting bizarre."
However, Gerhardt said police were unable to find anyone matching the caller's description. He said it was the police department's first call involving a leprechaun.